1. Ghibli Museum
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These museums and attractions in Tokyo are now reopening – updated July 12

Most museums, art galleries, theme parks and attractions are reopening amid another Covid-19 emergency extension

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Time Out Tokyo Editors
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With the Tokyo Olympic Games approaching, Tokyo has gone into a new state of emergency to curb the number of infections. Many restaurants and bars have been asked to refrain from serving alcohol and shorten its business hours, but most attractions including museums, art galleries and theme parks across the capital still continue to be open, albeit with strict capacity limits and social distancing measures.

Here are the major venues that are operating on reduced business hours (or closed) during the state of emergency. We've arranged the list in alphabetical order by venue name.

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Venues and attractions in Tokyo

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Perrotin Tokyo
  • Art
  • Galleries
  • Roppongi

As of May 21, Perrotin is open from 12noon-6pm, but reservations must be booked in advance via email. 

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